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After her mother's untimely death, Clara Schwartz became distant, withdrawn. Her father, a renowned DNA researcher, lived in a farmhouse outside Leesburg, Virginia, where in December 2001 he was fatally stabbed by what seemed to be a ninja-style sword. Police arrested Kyle Hulbert, a troubled teen - and aspiring vampire. Kyle was Clara's friend, one of a circle obsessed with role-playing games.

Drawing on exclusive interviews with the killer, best-selling author M. William Phelps reveals a frightening subculture, the tragic collision of two young people's dark worlds, and its deadly consequences.

©2015 M. William Phelps (P)2015 Audible Inc.

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Repetitive

This book needed a lot of tightening through editing. Repetitious details were annoying, insulting to the reader, and were slowing the plot to a dull pace. I never felt I knew the characters (all unlikeable and not relatable) and therefore I lost interest early. I hoped for a big pay off at the end but the book just fizzled out. I am a William Phelps fan but this book was a dud.

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repititious

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

it was ok, but tends to get stuck on characters personality features

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

building up to the climactic point keeps you from stoping the listen

What does Stephen Bowlby bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

personal approach

Did I'd Kill for You inspire you to do anything?

no

Any additional comments?

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